Original MPEG2 sample
H264 Sample after re-encoding with the below script
I've used this script hundreds of times without problems so I don't understand what's causing the judder. You can see the judder in Windows Media Player or on your TV.Code:setmtmode(5,9) Mpeg2Source("E:\Video.d2v", CPU=6) setmtmode(2) McTemporalDenoise(settings="medium", interlaced=true) # Sharpening strength is 150 AssumeTFF() # or AssumeBFF() depending on the source QTGMC(Preset="Super Fast") # Removes interlacing artefacts. Strangely this is faster than Ultra Fast Vinverse() RemoveSpots() AddGrainC(var=1.0,uvar=1.0) SeparateFields() SelectEvery(4,0,3) Weave() Tweak(Bright=0, Sat=1.0, Cont=1.0, Hue=10.0, Coring=False) Crop(8,0,-12,-8) AddBorders(10,4,10,4, $000000)
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I think the field order is wrong: encoded as TFF, flagged as BFF (or the reverse).
It's interlaced though isn't it? I thought it it's interlaced then you should use TFF which I did?
Is there any way to find out if the source is TFF or BFF?
"AssumeTFF()" is probably wrong for that particular video.
VirtualDub, one frame at a time:
If you see smooth motion, the field order is TFF. If motion is back and forth from field to field, then it's BFF().
Last edited by sanlyn; 26th Mar 2014 at 08:06.
Thanks I tried BFF and it's working now.
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Adding red was good, but you also need some blue. Everybody's orange without it.
Last edited by sanlyn; 26th Mar 2014 at 08:07.